Atalanta Bergamo formalizes new development link partnership with Calcio Adelaide City
Adelaide City FCClub off National Premier League (equivalent to second level), announced a partnership agreement withAtlantaThe information was later confirmed by the Bergamo club Website. The aim of this partnership for the Italian and Australian club is ” Provide sports and educational experiences for all young players and coaches. It is also a means of developing points of contact around the common thread that connects Italy and Australia, allowing dialogue and active exchange, part of the path of mutual cultural and football development..
Atlanta BC and the City of Adelaide have signed a joint development
Adelaide City Football Club is proud to partner with Italian Serie A club Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio in a merger development agreement. pic.twitter.com/kR7U2DNBPI
— Adelaide City FC (@AdelaideCityFC) March 5, 2023
After being set back by the pandemic linked to COVID-19, contacts have been renewed to achieve a solid reconciliation this month. i’Atlanta Thus giving itself one of the most important players in football in the state of South Australia behind the only professional club, Adelaide UnitedHe is one of the serious candidates for the Australian Federation program of the future second national division, which is scheduled to start in March 2024. On the Zebras’ side, this partnership will return to form. City of Adelaide In fact, it has a great history with Italy. Founded by the Italian diaspora in Adelaide Juventus In 1946, the club merged its heritage with the Turin club: black and white as its coat of arms, stripes and a zebra. In the 90s, Club Crest was dominated by the Italian tricolor before disbanding. National Football League. today, City of Adelaide Still recognized as one of Australia’s greatest historic football clubs.
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